'Keep that barrow back now,' cried Wardle, when it had been hoisted over a stile into another field, and Mr.
Pickwick from the barrow, horror-stricken at the long man's dark insinuations.
'Well,' said Wardle, walking up to the side of the barrow, and wiping the streams of perspiration from his jolly red face;
Pickwick expressed a strong desire to recollect a song which he had heard in his infancy, and the attempt proving abortive, sought to stimulate his memory with more glasses of punch, which appeared to have quite a contrary effect; for, from forgetting the words of the song, he began to forget how to articulate any words at all; and finally, after rising to his legs to address the company in an eloquent speech, he fell into the barrow, and fast asleep, simultaneously.
Pickwick asleep in the barrow, and to call for him on their return.
It was the most mysterious and unaccountable thing that was ever heard of For a lame man to have got upon his legs without any previous notice, and walked off, would have been most extraordinary; but when it came to his wheeling a heavy barrow before him, by way of amusement, it grew positively miraculous.
If their most intense gratification had been awakened by seeing him wheeled in, how many hundredfold was their joy increased when, after a few indistinct cries of 'Sam!' he sat up in the barrow, and gazed with indescribable astonishment on the faces before him.
The negro had burrowed down into his hiding-place upon the barrow
, where he might have lain snug enough, had it not been for the red gear upon his head.
The accumulated archaeological material and recent archaeological investigations, based on different theoretical approaches, highlighted obvious differences between the Late Roman and the Migration Period territorial coverage of the East Lithuanian barrows
. The paper deals with a part of East Lithuania's cultural area of barrow
cemeteries between Tauragnas Lake and the middle reaches of the AaAeAeAAeimena River, the structure of its populati during the Migration Period, and the social-cultural aspects of the communities' lifestyle.
The indictment alleged that between 2005 and 2012, the Barrows
, through their medical clinic, Your Doctor's Office in west Little Rock, submitted the false bills to Medicare and ABCBS.
Founded in 1914 by Irving Barrows
, a master plumber by trade, the store started as a plumbing supply house but began to offer hardware, including electrical, paint and tools, soon after opening.